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You are welcome. The Mastering Lab was not a recording studio, as far as I know




Are you speaking of Doug Sax's establishment?

I worked on one project with Doug Sax--one of my BEST!

Ironically enough, the original, razor-blade-edited, in-machine, at-session 30 ips half-inch two track David Hancock master tapes are at...

HDTT! Expect a glorious resurrection of Nathaniel Rosen's "Orientale" in 4 weeks or so.

Getting back to the point, for mastering in the sense of LP cutting, back then you only really needed one tape deck, but two would make it easier, at least in the time frame when mono LPs were still sold because the $1 price increment to stereo was a deal-breaker for some people.

amb,

john


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